How was everybody's Halloween?
Don't you love the first couple days of fall daylight saving? I think we all deserve this extra hour -- especially after such a wild and crazy Halloween weekend.
How was everybody's Halloween? What was your costume? Feel free to send me pictures (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I'll post the best outfits. I slapped on an old suit, parted my hair down the middle, popped a cigar in my mouth and -- presto chango! -- H.L. Mencken.
Station North was definitely the place to be for offbeat Halloween partying ...
I think, after watching people making passersby step in horse droppings in Fells Point a couple years ago, I'm done with that Halloween scene. That was a class-less night. Here's a link to a post I did about it.
Yeah. No thanks.
Saturday night, I hit up a few spots in Station North. Gutter Magazine's Dead Celebrity Ball was a blast at the Metro Gallery. They had a tarot card reader, Halloween movies projected onto the walls, and plenty other awesome Halloween whatnots. My favorite dead celebrities were Julia Child, Freddie Mercury and Bonnie and Clyde.
I also dropped by the Windup Space and the Hexagon, which I hadn't been to in a long, long time. The best part? All these parties were free.
Good times, all around.
What did you do Saturday night?